The Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy is a biannual publication of the UC Davis School of Law that addresses the unique concerns of youth in the American legal system.

Initially a product of the creativity and activism of a small group of King Hall students, called the Advocates for the Rights of Children (ARC), the Journal has evolved into a dynamic organization committed to providing practical and timely information about current juvenile, family, and educational law issues. The goal of the Journal is to provide a forum for discussion and to encourage community awareness and involvement in legal issues affecting youth.

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Table of Contents
Faculty List
Editors' Note
Homeopathy, Holistic Medicine, and Parental Rights
What Role Should the Government Play in Regulating Parents' Rights to Choose Appropriate Care for Their Children?
by John Pevy
Designed to Fail
Implicit Bias in Our Nation's Juvenile Courts
by Sean Darling-Hammond
Juvenile Empiricism
Approaches to Juvenile Sentencing in Light of Graham and Miller
by Charles Garabedian
Recent Court Decisions and Legislation Affecting Juveniles